Data Migration Oracle to SQL Server 2008

Tuesday May 25th 2010 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Are you considering migrating from Oracle Database to SQL Server? If so then you need to understand the steps you need to go through to make this migration successful. Reading this white paper will give you the necessary insight in how to migrate from Oracle to SQL Server.

Migrating from Oracle Database to SQL Server provides a feature rich environment at lower cost.   Migrating from one technology platform to another is not always an easy task.  Microsoft provides a free SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Oracle that makes the process easier.

The first step in any migration is to determine how to migrate from the Oracle tablespace environment to SQL Server file groups.  Another consideration is how to map Oracle schemas to SQL Server databases.  SSMA tool allows you to make these mapping.

Learn how to step through an Oracle to SQL Server migration by reading this white paper.   This 167-page white paper will help you understand the issues associated with a migration, and help you plan your migration.  If you are contemplating making the move to SQL Server from Oracle, then you owe it to yourself to read this paper to make sure you understand all the migration issues.

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